In reply to MaryGK:
In reply to Cathy:
Birdies LG DU update.
NEWS OF 4K (13)
EJ's Photo Thread Balgavies Loch Ospreys 2020
Birdie's DU Summaries 2018
In reply to SheilaFE:
The only info I have about Yellow 30(05)f recently is that she returned in 2017, her mate Blue 32(11) returned for their second year together, no news of chicks, 2019 Blue 32 was seen, and on 6 September RW reported that her tag had failed. She returned and was seen - I assume at Gwash River.
I don't know whether either has been seen at Gwash River this year.
This is September 2019 blogs - interesting to note that they say "4K started his own migratory journey on 7 September", so he is a regular late leaver which may suggest he has a brood to care for.
I can't find anything for Yellow 30(05). And even if I tried to open a link posted in the Rutland Osprey Project - 2018 I get this...
Yesterday, 16 September, RW wrote on their FB page:
I thanked them for the information and asked if they would be updating the tracking page, so we could follow him on GE - as we have done in the past with other osprey. I had this back from them at 14.22 today
Rutland Osprey Project
Hi Sheila, thanks for your message. We will provide regular updates on his progress and once he has arrived at his wintering grounds we will release his full route as we did in the spring.
And another update on 4K!
4K made it across the English Channel and is now in France, just east of Carentan. Whilst crossing the Channel on the 15th September, he reached speeds of 30 kph!
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